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Learn to Sing the Star-Spangled Banner

by on July 04, 2016

Americans love music. Our music is played and sang around the world. So it strikes me as a little strange when I see so many Americans who can’t sing our National Anthem correctly. Every citizen sho ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses Still Wilde In Outlaw River (The Outlaw River Wilde Volume 2) by Mike Walters

by on July 03, 2016

Rescued from a desperate situation, Mitch Wilde finds the stakes raised for him, his loved ones, and his small Oregon Town of Outlaw River. Mitch’s wife Mabey is alone and on the run, fighting for h ... more


The making of "The Fall of Shuruppak"

by on July 02, 2016

Making of the Fall of Shuruppak! I have always been fascinated by the Epic of Gilgamesh. The link between the biblical flood and the events in the epic became even more intriguing when the evidenc ... more


Summer Sale!

by on July 02, 2016

A site-wide sale at Smashwords will feature many e-books with 25-75% off regular prices. Sale ends July 31, so hop on over and check it out! (Some books are even FREE) During this month only, 2 ... more


What Makes a #Patriot?

by on July 01, 2016

Flying the flag or waving the flag doesn’t make one a patriot. The same goes for wearing a miniature flag as a lapel pin. A patriot respects the flag but flag waving doesn’t define a patriot. So w ... more


Latest Title

by on June 29, 2016

I claim to NOT have a lot of skills, one being, I am not a blogger. But here is an update on my latest project - Halfway to Creepy. It is a collection of short, bizarre stories that I wrote between th ... more


Are You Still Keeping Your #Fraternity on Your #Resume? You Were Warned.

by on June 29, 2016

Okay, I’ve been warning you. If you haven’t removed your fraternity from your resume, you should do it now. Last chance. There are basically two types of fraternities; those who have done somethin ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses One Last Dance by Ernesto Patino

by on June 26, 2016

Marco Anissi comes out of a comma, days after his car slams into a light pole—the same pole he had crashed into exactly ten years ago, killing his fiancé, Susan. Coincidence? Not to him. Her sp ... more


More #Colleges Offering Free #Tuition

by on June 24, 2016

I just read on my newsfeed (under money) an article by Craig Warga written for #Bloomberg listing 21 colleges with free tuition. Of course, he missed four major schools that offer free tuition. Some o ... more


#FAA Rules for #Drones that Weren’t Considered

by on June 22, 2016

The new FAA rules that govern the use of drones include operators keeping drones in sight at all times, flying drones only in daylight and height and speed restrictions. However, there are several rul ... more



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